“Don’t die wondering.”—The Way, Way Back
“So we put our hands up like the ceiling can’t hold us, like the ceiling can’t hold us.”–Macklemore
In about an hour and a half, I’m heading to the grocery store to buy this week’s Sunday New York Times. In the NY Times Book Review, a section we authors revere as if it’s the word of God itself, I am going to see my name and the name of my new book.
Yes, Hay House informed me last Wednesday that E-Squared had cracked the golden egg, found “the holy grail,” made the list that every author longs to make.
To quote Phoebe Buffay, “Well, yeah!”
Lest you worry that I will start singing “Smelly Cat,” let me assure you that the only reason I can say, “I KNOW!” with sheer glee is because I made that very intention. And I know with complete surety that when you order something from the cosmic catalog of life, it’s going to show up as soon as you take down the barriers that keep it from your purview.
As soon as you release resistance and “get it” that the world always, without fail, has your back, the party can begin.
But before I start throwing out confetti, I want to give an Everest-size shout-out to all of you! Thank you so, so, so, so much for, to paraphrase Sally Field, “liking me, for really liking me.”
The feeling, let me assure you, is mutual. I love and appreciate you all so much!!
Pam Grout is the author of 16 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality.